The 2017 White Salmon Candidates Night went off splendidly in the view of those citizens that attended, as well as the candidates themselves.
Cliff Barackman, whose business card reads “Bigfoot Field Researcher,” presented the second of October’s four KOOBDOOGA programs.
A 5-yard touchdown run, set up by a fourth-down pass interference call on Columbia High, earned King’s Way a stunning 27-21 double-overtime victory here last Friday, in CHS’s homecoming game.
Long range and endurance are capabilities not often associated with VTOL aircraft. But Aerovel’s unmanned Flexrotor, a unique miniature tailsitter, is cut from a different cloth.
On Oct.14, Everybody’s Brewing celebrated its ninth anniversary with a beer festival.
The Bingen City Council often has to make tough decisions for the city and for its members.
Columbia High is tied for first place in 1A Trico football standings following its 48-7 victory over Seton Prep here last Friday.
A group billing itself as White Salmon and Bingen Residents for Keeping Our Tradition of Non-partisan City Council and Mayor is putting on a candidates forum next Monday evening, Oct. 16, at the Klickitat County Pioneer Center.
Hello and welcome to the first of many articles of the Triage where we will discuss what is occurring at Klickitat County Emergency Medical Services District No. 1 (KCEMS District) and pre-hospital health care in our service area.
Crestline Construction, of The Dalles, has been contracted by the City of White Salmon to reconstruct the section of NW Lincoln Street.
The next time you go in to have a manicure or pedicure at Candies Spa you might find yourself treated to a show of glassblowing artistry.
Soroptimist International of Mt. Adams is turning to the color purple as a symbol in effort to end domestic abuse and violence.
In a preview of this year’s 1A Trico League champion-ships, Columbia High cross country teams battled it out with their La Center counterparts here last Wednesday, on a warm, sunny late-Sept-ember afternoon.
At-risk and struggling 1st through 8th graders in the White Salmon Valley School District will continue to have a safe place to go after school, to receive valuable help with academics and other life skills.
A photo shows Lyle Secondary School alumnus Qwumslu Spino and her child walking past a graffiti-painted wall inside a narrow railroad tunnel in east Lyle.